Nicole McKnight is the Canada PR Manager at Finder. Nicole completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts (English Literature) at McMaster University and holds a certification in Corporate Communications. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Finder's Undateable Debt Report says more than 1 in 10 single Canadians’ primary reason for wanting a partner is to share expenses and make life more affordable.
Majority of Canadians' (55%) top New Year's financial resolution is to save more money in 2023.
Half of Canadians (49%) want to receive cash instead of gifts this holiday season to help them pay for bills or build up savings.
Bear Market Blues: 7.5 million Canadians have no confidence in stocks and plan to ‘cash out’ in 2022
Every month, investors brace for the latest news or the next forecast in an effort to make sense of the volatile stock market. The overall equity market is significantly down from the relatively recent all-time highs from early this year, so millions of Canadians have a bad case of the bear market blues.To better understand […]
More than 7 million Canadians confess to taking out loans in order to cover the rising cost of living.
Around 1 in 10 Canadians believe they will be renting forever. Read the full report to find out who is feeling hopeless about homeownership.
Holding out for a crash? You're not alone – one in five Canadians plan on 'buying the dip' in 2022 should the market drop.
New and used vehicle prices peaked in 2022, with certain body types experiencing double-digit year-over-year price increases.
Equity markets are an integral component of wealth building, but how many people actually put money into the stock market? To find out the overall adoption rate of equities and the use of online stock trading platforms, Finder surveyed more than 23,650 investors across 16 countries.The results of the Finder: World Stock Market Statistics survey […]
In 2021, more than 3 million Canadians plan to stop using their financial advisor and three times as many Canadian millennials plan to stop working with one vs hiring one - wanting to save money on fees and have more control over their money.